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right now on "nbc10 news today," a deadly crash shut down a portion of the road for hours overnight. the collision involving three cars killed one person and left two others hurt. the runners are ready. here's a live look over the ben franklin parkway where the marathon starts and ends today. we're live with a preview of the event. all things considered, not a bad day for a race. temperatures will hover around 50 degrees and a warmup coming this week. details in the first alert
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forecast. this is "nbc10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. winter is still a month away, but take a look at this. 22 million americans in the midwest are under winter storm warnings and advisories, and the region got slammed from dakota and parts of illinois. it's a record snowfall in chicago. 16 inches piled up there yesterday. many of the streets are untouched and the nasty weather is not over just yet, and the chicago area will be brace are for below zero windchills later on today. let's check with meteorologist, michelle grossman. >> we are not going to see snow, but we will see rain drops this morning in some spots and that's
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about it. temperatures not bad this morning, especially for race day weather. in the upper 40s to low 50s, and we're waking up to clouds. 51 in philadelphia, and 47 in mi wilmington, and 40 degrees in allentown, and 52 this morning in blue bell, and you are waking up to free in mt. pocono. 50s at the atlantic city airport, and 52 in dover, and we are tracking showers this morning. we are going to see sunshine building in later to partly sunny skies, and it will be cool and breezy and temperatures steady, the temperature dropping to 46, and then by noon,
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temperatures around 48. we'll have a chilly start to your workweek. one person dead and two others hurt. take a look at the mess, all lanes of the boulevard are now open. this happened near woodward street. one of the cars lost control and hit a pole and a second car hit that car and split in half. investigators have not released the identity of the man that died. we are less than an hour and a half away from the start of the philadelphia marathon. monique braxton is live along the ben franklin parkway where about 30,000 runners will be gathering very shortly. >> reporter: security is extremely tight for the race that begins about 7:00 this morning. as you can see, over my
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shoulder, runners are arriving and they are being checked and wanded and going through security sweeps. today it's a much different story. our news truck is waiting to be checked. we see that police are arriving here on the scene. i am going to move this way so you can show the officers arriving to check us out. 30,000 people are registered to run, walk or cycle the course. it's 26.2 miles through philadelphia neighborhoods. we spoke to one family who has been participating in what is called the student run phillies style project and it pairs adults and children to train for marathons and it's the first year blaze and mckenzie are joining their dad davis. >> i started doing better in school, and that kind of tied together somehow, and i made a bunch of new friends. >> it really sets you up for
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life. they teach you what they have learned from all of this. they give you tips. they give you pointers. >> as we countdown to the 22nd annual philadelphia marathon, you will hear more from the children and other folks that we meet along the way today. once again, the race kicks off just before 7:00. 30,000 people on their way here now, and we'll have it for you all morning. live along the parkway, monique braxton. let's take a live look over the parkway. another look over the parkway, and all is clear at this moment, but it could be very busy not too long for now. the parkway will be closed from 6:00 a.m. to the end of the race. pretty much it's closed right now so keep that in mind.
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septa service will be affected, two dozen bus roots and the routine trolly will have to take detours, and septa is saying to use the trains if possible to avoid the race. we have a full story of the septa detours online and our app. and then the state department is warning american tourists to stay off the streets of brussels, belgium. the threat level remains at its highest level this morning as there are fears of another paris-style attack. they are concerned about the possibility of multiple attacks on multiple locations. they have closed down the entire subway system through the weekend. authorities are not saying if the threat is tied to the hunt for saw hraupl.
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officials believe he could be hiding out in brussels. some flights from philly have landed in brussels this morning. here is a look where armed soldiers and trucks are posted throughout the city. the government is asking people to avoid gathering clouds. passengers coming back to philadelphia from brussels said they were asked not to leave their hotels during their stay. and we spoke to one lady that says she understands. >> it's not nice, but i am to accept, i have no other choice. whatever they do, they do for my security. >> the u.s. embassy in brussels is asking americans there to shelter in place. a montgomery county family is grieving today after a missing college student was found dead.
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the 19-year-old shot himself in berks county. officers found him inside a car in a picnic area. he went missing monday morning after he drove from his college in maryland to his parents house and took a rifle case with him, and his disappearance prompted his school washington college to shut down. the school sent a statement, this is a terrible blow to our community. we need to continue to be supportive of each other as we mourn individually and as a community. the school is offering counseling services to students when they return to classes after thanksgiving. next, volunteers put elbow grease into an effort to help a local vietnam vet. plus, skyscraper fire. what investigators are looking
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for after a blaze hits one of chicago's tallest buildings.
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welcome back on this sunday morning. we are waking up to clouds out there and mild temperatures for this time of day, although temperatures not going very far from this point throughout the day. here's a live look outside, and we're looking at our cape may camera and we are tracking a chance for showers especially in parts of southern new jersey and delaware as we go throughout the afternoon. warmer compared to this time yesterday. 18 degrees warmer in millville, and 1 degrees warmer in dover, and we are eight degrees warmer in allentown than this time yesterday. so we see no showers right now,
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but we are tracking a front that will bring showers especially in parts of delmarva and eastern new jersey, and by 10:00, lingering showers there. we will talk about that, and not a bad day in terms of the temperature, breezy, and we'll talk about that. cold tomorrow and warming up towards thanksgiving and all the details are straight ahead. this weekend, volunteers came together to help improve the life of a vietnam veteran in northeast philadelphia. more than 20 home depot associates partnered to build a ramp. the private recently had surgery to amputate his legs. and they put up a new flagpole and they came out to raise the american flag. today eagles fans will be tailgating for a good cause in south philly. here's a live look at the linc where the second annual turkey
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day tailgate will kickoff. all guests are asked to bring a can of food for the food drive, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to fill abundance. it will include a full menu and live music and ralft annuals. don't forget to join us for "eagles game day kickoff," and plus a. love story, more than half a century in the making and it all centers around eagles football, and that's on "eagles game day kickoff" today at 10:00 in the morning, right here on nbc10. next, a friendship betrayed.
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we have an update on a story we first told you about yesterday morning. she is charged with stabbing her pregnant to death and cutting her baby from her womb. she was found in a pool of blood in an apartment in the bronx and she was nine months pregnant. her friend, ashley wade, stabbed her after the two got into an argument, and after police arrived wade claimed she gave birth. a fire started yesterday afternoon on the 50th floor of
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the iconic john hancock tower, and the 100-story building that includes offices, apartments and an observation deck is one of chicago's most popular tourists attractions. and temperatures pretty mild at this point. we are not going to go far from the 40s and 50s we are seeing, and we may drop a little. we are looking at a cool start. we are looking at the chance of a few rain drops of a front moving through, could bring rain and lingering rain or showers to parts of the delmar and eastern new jersey. i will track that for you in just a few minutes. a cool breeze, seeing the sunshine return to the western zones including philadelphia and feeling the breeze pick up throughout the morning into the afternoon hours. watching the thanksgiving forecast, and it's a warm one.
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58 degrees in philadelphia. 40 in allentown, and 49 in westchester, and 51 in philadelphia, south and east, temperatures mainly in the 50s. not a bad start to the day in terms of the temperatures, but again we are going to top out around 51 and see the temperature drop a bit. a live look outside, cloudy across the area, and we are also tracking the chance for showers and that will be over the next few hours, so don't be surprised if you see a raindrop or two. we are seeing winds 5 to 10 miles per hour, and as we go throughout the morning into the afternoon hours, we are going to see the winds pick up, and it will be breezy this afternoon. we will see a little more sunshine working through the west, and cloud cover off to the east, and still seeing rain drops off through new jersey and then monday, we're going to see a cold day and see temperatures in the 40s, right around 44 degrees, topping out monday, and then we are going to warm it up by the end of the workweek, so
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up and down this week. cool and breezy, and winds out of the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour, and it will feel more like the low 40s as we head throughout the afternoon. i mentioned the rain drops early this morning and later in the afternoon. today 51, and monday, 44 degrees, and 49 on tuesday and mostly sunny skies. we will keep it dry for most of the workweek. look at thanksgiving. temperatures near 60 degrees. friday, partly sunny. everybody is getting their shopping done on that day, and 60 degrees, and you don't need the coats, good thing, and saturday, a chance for showers and 55. there are several events in our area today to celebrate the holiday season. if you are looking for something to do, looking to get out of the house, two communities in philly will come together for a thanksgiving tradition, a parade
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at noon, and floats and bands will go down franklin avenue, and it will include an appearance by santa himself. you can take your dogs or cats to the deptford mall. it's from 6:30 to 8:30 this evening. coming up in sports, mark sanchez gets his first start of the season today at the linc. we will get his thoughts on facing the buccaneers. the sixers had a double-digit lead at half-time against the heat and let's see if they could hang on for their first win of the season.
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it's beginning to look a lot like christmas in center city. the christmas village is open in love park.
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the german-style open market features gifts and crafts from more than 60 vendors. this is the first time the village is open before thanks giving and runs through december 27th. and then the all new holiday market is around the corner. this is a place from local artists and designers to showcase the work. the made in philadelphia holiday market also runs through december 27th. for a lot of folks, the holiday season is a time to give back and that's true of nbc anch anchor. good to see you out there, vie. good morning to you. i am danny pommells from comcast sportsnet.
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mark sanchez gets his first start of the season for the birds and faces a bucs defense ranked in the top ten of the nfl. >> i think they are one of the best we've seen, the two linebackers inside are tough, and mccoy, that guy is a heck of a player, and they are secondary, and we faced him in dallas, you know, so he's got a good comfort level with us, so that's another guy to look out for. >> on the flip side, tampa bay's quarterback, the number one pick in the draft, and winston has gotten better as the season progressed. the eagles say they need to get them to early. >> i don't think he has been hit enough. if you hit any quarterback, you shake them up and they start getting frustrated. >> i think for us, we have to
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make sure we get him down. no matter how you look at it. that's what we kind of like, you know, that's what we thought about it when we looked at it. >> the flyers and sixers both on the road and both struggling to get in the win column. the orange and black from two wins in the 12 games and the sixers are still winless in the season. noel, starting things off right. the big fella getting fancy. the steal and the behind the back move to get bumped up. okafor, he had 11 boards, and sixers scored just four points in the final seven plus minutes. chris bosh ties it. and then sixers lose, 26-91, 0-14 to start the season. flyers and senators.
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flyers just 1-6-4 when the opponent scores first. early second, ryan intercepts the pass and we have a two-on-one. forget about it. mike hoffman all set up for the goal. the flyers shut out for the second straight game. and financial field, walker, owls win 31-12. penn state taking on minnesota. a pass in front of the happy valley faithful. and michigan responds, though. a quick pass on the wide receiver screen, and he weaves
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into the end zone for six. and franklin field, the quakers can clinch a share of the title. and o'malley with a nice touchdown grab. after one, they win 34-21 and storm the field, why don't you? they get to share the ivy league crowd. st. joe's prepare in the final minute. what a catch. 29-28, lasalle gets the victory. college basketball, a tough day for the locals as drexel loss, and north carolina lost to northern iowa, and that's why we watch. that's sports and i am danny pommells from comcast sportsnet.
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the city is ready for the thousands of runners and spectators. we'll have a live preview and a look at the road closures. >> we are going to see winds gusting over 20 miles per hour at times, and that's no fun. we're waking up to clouds and might see a few rain drops this morning and we'll track that for you and tracking a cold start to your monday morning, too. we'll talk about that coming up.
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why let someone else have all the fun? the sometimes haphazard, never boring fun. the why can't it smell like this all the time fun. the learning the virtue of sharing fun. why let someone else have all the fun? that's no fun.
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unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. it is race day in philly, and we are counting down to the philadelphia marathon that starts in just about an hour from now along the ben franklin parkway. we will let you know what you need to know whether you are running or trying to avoid the road closures, because there are plenty of them. the weather will cooperate for the runners this morning and for any of you out there raking leaves today or doing outdoor activities. you will want to bundle up as the chilly and breezy conditions continue to wrap up our weekend. welcome back to "nbc10 news today." i am rosemary connors. it's 10:00 on this sunday. michelle grossman is


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